Blue skies in Bendigo welcomed the regional touring quiet achiever Groovin The Moo to its showgrounds with a sold out crowd, punters dressed as dragons, and a field full of smiles.
Brisbane's DZ Deathrays plan to have album number two completed and released by the end of this year.
Stream the new Bronx album before seeing them on tour in April when they play five festival dates and eight headline shows across Australia.
See Adalita, Bleeding Knees Club, DZ Deathrays and more for free at Mushroom's "Free For All".
Two Dune Rats, two minutes and as many bongs as they can handle.
The hour-long set, despite its intensity, feels like it's over all too soon.
Melbourne’s longest running all ages live music festival is turning 21.
Remember when Not From There accepted the 1999 ARIA Award for Best Alternative Album by boldly declaring they weren't alternative in the first place?
All of the winners from the 2012 Queensland Music Awards
A few hundred punters pack into the Factory Theatre to witness rock music at its violent and abrasive best.
'Call The Cops', featuring the Yacht Club DJs, Bleeding Knees Club and DZ Deathrays, at the Corner Hotel
There is something about Lana.
A trio of duos - Bleeding Knees Club, DZ Deathrays and Yacht Club DJs - have announced a pair of shows/debaunched mini-riots in July.
Some bands are coming to Adelaide. Farken.